The BFG (2016) Film Explained in Hindi/Urdu | BFG Big Friendly Giant Full Summarized हिन्दी
The BFG (2016) Thriller movie explained in Hindi Urdu. The American Action Thriller film "The Big Friendly Giant a.k.a BFG" full story summarized with a complete ending in हिन्दी explanation. The plot is about a huge 24 ft tall monstrous creature who is completely different from the rest of the cannibal giant’s family. He does not wish to hunt humans in the same way that others do. As a result, other strong giants in his clan permanently expel him from his clan, and he becomes an outcast. In fact, he is a gentle, friendly, and charming monster. On the other hand, we see a young orphaned girl named 'Sophie' who sees the old BFG from her window. Because the girl has seen him, the colossal carries her to his giant country. He looks after the girl over there, but another cruel behemoth, such as 'Bloodbottler' and 'Fleshlumpeater', wants to kill her so they can eat her alive. Sophie faces many dangers but this is also the biggest adventure of her life which she has not experienced till date. Both of them have a very good friendship and now they have to convince the Queen for their help, so they can get rid of bad big sized titans. You may not know yet but the world is more giant than you can imagine! Will they be able to save their life from those blood thirsty gaints, or become a victim of their hunt? Let's watch the fantasy thrilling movie from beginning to end together. It's jam-packed with entertainment. This film was created by the same team that brought you E.T. "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory" and "Matilda". Please Like, Share and Subscribe.Credits: Images and footage Source: Walt Disney Studios and PicturesDirector: Steven SpielbergProducer: Frank MarshallBased on: The BFG by novelist Roald DahlEdited by Michael KahnScreenplay: Melissa MathisonBox office: $200M USD (approximated)Disclaimer: Any footage(s) in this video has only been used to communicate a message (understandable) to the audience. According to my knowledge, it’s a fair use under reviews and commentary section. We don't plan to violate anyone's right. Thanks.